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This of course invites such wordplay as 'it's a diffuclt tusk', or 'you can keep the unused portions in the trunk'. But I won't.
I like Mark's idea of a giant BBQ.
I suppose there's a real answer to the riddle, is there?
Just push its head down, put its trunk between its front legs then fold all its legs underneath. Tuck its little tail between its legs and just pop it in and chew.
leave the poor elephant alone - there are plenty of other things to eat and not that many elephants left!
by stating with the tail, must eat alive and only downfall are sharp hairs, just pull them out. The strategy of starting with the tail, it paralyses the animal long enough to eat to a fatal point
ok honestly that just grossed me out
i'm afraid that I even said that
Peta, just joking me bad
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